Terry Galloway, author of Mean Little Deaf Queer and performance artist, performed to a full house on November 9. Her visit was co-sponsored by Disability Studies and Sexuality Studies. More about the talk.
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Congratulations to Linda Mizejewski,Professor of Women's Studies and an affiliated faculty member of the Sexuality Studies Program, on the forthcoming publication of her new study of Frank Capra's It Happened One Night, the 1934 film that launched the genre of romantic comedy and challenged the ways
Dr. Nancy Jesser was a featured speaker on September 21 for the "Year of Science" program at the First Unitarian Universalist Church (UUC) of Columbus. Dr. Jesser, who regularly teaches a course on gender, sexuality, and science for the Sexuality Studies Program, led a discussion on the history of t
Congratulations to Professor Mollie Blackburn, co-adviser for the Sexuality Studies program and Associate Professor of Teaching and Learning on the publication of her new co-authored book, Acting Out!: Combatting Homophobia Through Teacher Activism (Teachers College Press, November 2009)
Congratulations to Professor Donna Guy, Professor of History and Distinguished Professor of Humanities, on the publication of her new book, Women Build the Welfare State: Performing Charity and Creating Rights in Argentina, 1880-1955 (Duke UP). Included in this book are several chapters on the ways